Chinese movie actors deceased in Liver disease

Here are 1 famous actors from China died in Liver disease:

Ying Ruocheng

Ying Ruocheng (June 21, 1929 Beijing-December 27, 2003 Beijing) a.k.a. Ying Ruocheng or Ruocheng Ying was a Chinese actor, playwright, politician and translator. He had one child, Da Ying.

Ying Ruocheng was well-known for his role in the 1987 film "The Last Emperor" directed by Bernardo Bertolucci, where he played the character of the Governor of the Imperial City. He was also a respected stage actor in China and was the Vice Minister of Culture in China. Apart from acting and politics, Ying was also a prolific writer and translator, particularly known for his translations of Shakespeare's plays into Chinese. Furthermore, Ying played a significant role in bringing traditional Chinese theater to the west, with productions like "Teahouse" and "Rickshaw Boy". He was awarded several honors throughout his career, including the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 16th Tokyo International Film Festival.

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